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Eye movements reveal the most significant parts of the female breast

A team of medics from The Medical University of Warsaw have drawn up a map of attention for the female breast - eye movements...

Scientists find new violations that pass through the prefrontal and parietal...

A team of scientists from Germany have found that the violation of sensitivity to sensory stimuli occurs not only in damage to the somatosensory...

Long-term study confirms the benefits of chess and crosswords to keep...

Fans of board games and puzzles have a smaller decline in cognitive function in old age (from 70 to 79 years). This was found...

A new study explains the limitations of inattentive blindness

A team of scientists have found that inattentive blindness or inattention blindness (inability to notice an object if attention is occupied by other tasks)...

Smoking contributed to the development of schizophrenia and depression

British geneticists have found a causal link between smoking and the risk of developing schizophrenia and depression. Using a full-genome analysis of associations, they...

Stress caused horses to blink less and twitch their eyelids more...

Canadian scientists have found that horses may have a stress marker with a rare blink and frequent twitching of the eyelid - just like...

Cannabis helped avoid depression and suicidal thoughts in PTSD

Canadian scientists have found that the relationship between post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and the occurrence of depression and suicidal thoughts may be controlled by...

Sleepless night caused the prefrontal cortex to increase anxiety

American psychologists have found that one sleepless night can significantly increase the level of anxiety. To do this, they conducted an experiment in which...

The brain retained the learned information in different ways

The activity of the brain in the processing of information depends on how it was obtained in the learning process. This was discovered by British...

Electric shocks helped to understand people’s reactions to dangerous incentives

Dangerous incentives attract a person’s attention no matter how confident they are that the stimulus will actually do some harm. This was discovered by British...